How do you find the product #d^4*d^6#?

2 Answers
Mar 27, 2018

Answer:

#d^10#

Explanation:

Given: #d^4*d^6#

Using the algebraic property that #a^b*a^c=a^(b+c)#, we get,

#=d^(4+6)#

#=d^10#

Mar 27, 2018

Answer:

#d^10#

Explanation:

Whenever there's a situation like the following :-

#a^n . a^m#

That is, the bases are same, the powers are usually added.

#:. color(blue)(a^n . a^m = a^(n+m))#

The given problem is :-

#d^4 . d^6#

#= d^(4+6)#

#=d^10#